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International Traveler in Washington DC

Information For The International Traveler

Indulge in the warm embrace of the Churchill Hotel, nestled near Embassy Row in the heart of Washington, DC, the vibrant capital of the United States of America. For our international travelers, we extend a heartfelt welcome. Should you have any inquiries or require assistance during your stay in Washington, DC, our dedicated hotel staff is delighted to be at your service. Feel the allure of historic charm and modern comfort as you embark on a memorable journey in one of the world's most iconic cities.


Hotel Location of Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row, Washington DC

Hotel Location

Our hotel is near the Dupont Circle Metro, surrounded by wonderful shopping, dining, museums, and nightlife. We're minutes from key attractions and destinations including the White House and the Capitol.
Embassies at Washington DC


There are Embassies and Consulates in the Washington DC Area to find more information on your particular embassy visit: Visit for U.S. embassy and consulate contact information.
Currency Exchange in Washington DC

Currency Exchange

You may exchange your country's currency for U.S. currency at several nearby banks. Most banks are only open Monday through Friday and are closed for federal holidays.
Multilingual Services in Washington DC

Multilingual Services

Our staff members are multilingual in French, Spanish, Italian, Amharic, Ukrainian, Russian, Mandarin, Thai and Arabic, and are happy to assist you. Many Washington, DC attractions offer multilingual brochures. These include the Library of Congress, the White House Visitors Center, the Kennedy Center, and Mount Vernon. Obtain multilingual brochures for the Smithsonian museums at the Castle visitors' center.
Passport & Visa Requirements for Washington DC

Passport & Visa Requirements

All persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air into the United States are required to present a valid passport. For more information, go to the U.S. State Department website at
Customs in Washington DC


At their first point of entry into the United States, travelers must fill out customs and immigration forms, even if this is not their final destination.
Travel Insurance for Washington DC

Travel Insurance

There is no compulsory or government plan in the U.S. for travel insurance. You are advised to purchase travel and health insurance in case of an emergency.
Tours of The White House & Capitol at Washington DC

Tours of The White House & Capitol

Non-United States citizens need to contact their embassy in Washington, DC to sign up for tours. Go to Tickets for public tours are required and must be reserved in advance.